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On Modern Argument

Hope Brusstar

October 10, 2018

Filed under Column, Opinion

Being honest with myself, I am often the person who struggles to pay attention to the conversation until it is again my turn to talk. We are all selfish — it’s the human survival strategy, after all, so can we be blamed? — and t...

#MeToo: the movement’s second wave

Erinn Beth Langille

October 3, 2018

Filed under Column

We are in what some might consider a second wave of the #MeToo movement. Consider the first wave of the #MeToo movement to be marked by ‘revelation:’ the admission that sexual harassment, assault and rape culture are common and...

Places to haunt in October

Cassandra Jaskiewicz

October 3, 2018

Filed under Column, Opinion

October has started, and that means Halloween is only a few weeks away. Many places are amping up their spooky decorations and their connection to the great beyond. New Orleans in particular has many options opening up to the ...

Are you registered?

Are you registered?

September 26, 2018

Destitution and wealth concentration

Crystal McCay

September 18, 2018

Filed under Column, Opinion

Economic inequality and poverty are increasingly referenced in political and social discourse today. Many conversations draw attention to the widening wealth gap in America and emphasize its status as an unprecedented economic...

Longue Vue Gardens and House

Cassandra Jaskiewicz and Sofia Gilmore-Montero, Driftwood Staff

March 22, 2018

Filed under Column

“Of all the arts, gardening opens the most doors. All are welcome.” The above is a famous quote from Ellen Biddle Shipman, who was referred to as “the dean of American women landscape architects” in The Gardens of El...

Men and Women are Different

Men and Women are Different

February 28, 2018

Recent UNO grad receives award for research on use of Virtual Reality in autism treatment

UNO Public Relations

February 21, 2018

Filed under Column, Editorial

Panagiotis Markopoulos, a fall 2017 graduate of the Ph.D. counselor education program at the UNO, received the Graduate Student Research Award from the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors during its wo...

Haydel’s Bakery Contributes to New Orleans culture for over 55 years

Sofia Gilmore-Montero; Cassandra Jaskiewicz, News Editor; Assistant Layout Editor

December 3, 2017

Filed under Column, Opinion

For 58 years, Haydel's Bakery has been treating the metropolitan New Orleans area to classic and delicious baked goods.  From cookies and cakes to pastries and pies, the bakery has a delightful assortment of treats. Originall...

The reasons why women wear makeup

Sofia Gilmore-Montero, News Editor

December 3, 2017

Filed under Column, Opinion

You yawn as the morning sunlight gleams awfully on your face.  Reaching for your glasses, phone, glass of water or whatever else you keep on your nightstand, you try to psych yourself up to get out of your bed.  Once you fin...

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